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. getting emotional. lance armstrong breaks down when he talks about admitting to his children that he lied and doped throughout his cycling career. >> i said, don't defend me anymore. don't. >> as he admits hitting a new low when his cancer foundation livestrong dropped him. >>> speaking out, linebacker manti t'eo denies any involvement in the hoax surrounding his make-believe girlfriend as he opens up for the first time since the scandal broke. >>> and a governor upstaged by a little boy who passes out. this morning he's okay and has a funny story to tell. today, saturday, january 18, funny story to tell. today, saturday, january 18, 2013. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> good morning, everyone. welcome to "today" on a saturday morning. i'll lester holt. >> i'm erica hill. many people watching lance armstrong -- so. talk about the past nights of interviews. thursday when he sat down with oprah winfrey said he didn't seem that remorseful. part two of the interviewer last night, though, for some was a bit of a change. the disgraced cyclist more emotional, tearing up when he
lance armstrong. >> you have no opinion or just dismissing the whole story? >> but he has to be the luckiest guy in the world. >> or the other way around. >> manti te'o comes in and just takes the whole thing away. >> back when i was a kid when you talked sports stories, you talked about real things like salary disputes and ratings, not all these controversies. >> the manti te'o thing, there's one aspect of it that i find kind of really, really interesting. and it is this. we live in a culture, if you look around today, people walking around on their cell phones, walking through traffic, almost getting hit by cars, texting people, we live in a no-eye-contact era. so it's not that surprising that someone is going to go online. that happens all the time, okay? this guy, what i think happened with this guy, first of all, i figure, he's not exactly a mensa number, right? >> he's got a pretty good gpa. >> i don't think so. >> you think he was taking, like, astronomy? >> mike, he almost pulled off one of the greatest hoaxes ever. let's give him a little credit. you. >> think he
'm savannah guthrie. >> and i'm matt lauer. according to reports, lance armstrong made this confession in an interview he taped with oprah winfrey, following an emotional meeting with staffers at the livestrong headquarters. remember, this is a guy who, for years, has denied this charge and who has been defiant with his critics. >> this raises a lot of questions. number one, will this confession do anything to improve his public standing? and, two, will he now face a new wave of lawsuits? is there a possibility of criminal charges? we'll get into all those issues straight ahead. >>> natalie wood, for decades we've been told she drowned but now there's new evidence that suggests she was bruised before she went into the water. what impact will that evidence have on that case? >>> and more with our rare interview with supreme court justice sonia sotomayor. it's a candid interview. she talks about greets from her childhood. >>> author of da vinci code and "angels and demons," hundreds of millions of books in circulation around the world has a new book coming out this spring. what will it b
federation of teachers in studio with us in the next hour here of the "full court press." on lance armstrong, wayne says he cheated lied and drugged his way into the history books. now he expects us to forgive him because his intentions were good. lance armstrong needs to ride his bicycle into the sunset and stay in the bicycle lane. at least the bicycle lane is legal and honest. yeah. the less we hear about lance armstrong from now on, the better. >> announcer: this is the "bill press show." [ ♪ theme ♪ ] >> bill: hey hello everybody. it is tuesday january 15. good to see you today. welcome to the "full court press." here on current tv. pardon me. coming to you all across this great land of ours from our studio on capitol hill in washington, d.c. bringing you up to date on the news of the day. not all of it from washington. in fact, new york state has become the first state to act in the wake of last month's newtown, connecticut mass murder of innocence. new york adopting last night the toughest crackdown in the nation on assault weapons on ammunition clips and background checks and oth
, for lance armstrong, the beatdown bike hear been stripped of his olympic medal. also, grounded. aviation authorities around the world are taking a hard look at the boeing 787 dreamliner. but first, new developments in the hostage crisis that's unfolding in algeria where americans are among those being held by islamist extremists at an oil field. we just got confirmation that a u.s. drone unmanned has flown over the site. plus, we're getting reports that four of the hostages have been freed in an operation by the algerian army and the irish have said a fifth irish national also has been freed. this operation is said to be ongoing and vladimir joins us from nigeria. what can you tell us about what's happening? it seems there are a discrepancy of reports coming fast and furious? >> reporter: right, ashleigh. the situation is very murky, very, very fluid and cnn can't independently verify some of the reporting taking place, but here's what's reported thus far. on wednesday a group of foreign national, gas workers from the inamina field were on their way to work. attacked by militants in thre
's quite a cover of "time" magazine. >>> now, to the latest on lance armstrong and the fallout after his admission to oprah, that he doped to win the tour de france and other races during his cycling career. well, now, this morning, there are new allegations of rule-breaking from people close to armstrong. people that also claimed that armstrong wronged them. abc's neal karlinsky has the story. >> reporter: on the internet today, they're changing those famous yellow wristbands from livestrong to liestrong. one measure of fallout from lance armstrong's tell-all oprah moment. >> we agreed that there would be no conditions on this interview. >> reporter: where he will explain why he used performance-enhancing drugs. >> we were mesmerized and riveted by some of his answers. he certainly had prepared himself for this moment. >> reporter: a moment armstrong's former personal assistant says he never saw coming. mike anderson is speaking out to abc news from new zealand, in his first televised interview. >> he made the mistakes. but there were guys behind the scenes who built him up, who sold th
eachmorning. 24 hours. zero heartbur >> this week, lance armstrong disappointed the last guy on earth who still believed him. (laughter) >> very he quick and to the point. and this week, who stayed up late to watch the oprah interview. >> sure. >> alisyn: watched it online. >> brian: so i watched it and talk to go my wife and talking about lance armstrong, what's the gist of it. basically he lied and in comes my nine-year-old daughter kaitlin. what happened? lance armstrong admitted he lied about what he did, he lied about what he did. you mean, he never went to the moon? (laughter) >> and kaitlin, that's neil armstrong. . >> steve: that's one small step for a kilmeade, one giant leap for the show. >> brian: at least she knows, right. >> alisyn: and here, there's new information this morning and i think that it does make manti seem like a true victim. there's new information that is coming out this morning about how he could be duped and apparently several people were duped by this, a very elaborate hoax of this alleged lennay kekua, an imagery woman. it wasn't just manti, it was other
is available at your disposal. thank you. >>> and now before i let you go with lance armstrong's oprah interview coming up tomorrow, we have a question. has cheating become common places? tomorrow at 3:00 eastern we will examine precisely that. why we cheat, the psychology and science behind cheating. we're all over it. don't miss it tomorrow. that's it for me here m i'm brooke baldwin in atlanta. now we go to washington to wolf blitzer. "the situation room" begins now. >>> brooke, thanks very much. happening now, breaking news. americans held hostage in a deadly terrorist attack in algeria. we'll have the latest. >>> also, the president of the nra is here in "the situation room." we're getting his reaction to the sweeping proposals against gun violence. and the presidential inauguration only five days away. we'll take you inside the law enforcement command center working to keep him safe. i'm wolf blitzer. you're in "the situation room." >>> this is cnn breaking news. >> let's get to the breaking news. a deadly terrorist attack on a gas field in eastern algeria near the libyan border.
, and with associate ourselves with a lot of real hero's. and sometimes that's backfired. using that today with lance armstrong, you know, confession ideas or near confession, whatever we will find out tomorrow night ideas. but we just tried to do what we do and do it well. and sometimes it works. i don't think we ever set out to be the things that used, that you talk about. we just tried to do the right things and do them well. >> okay, other questions? here, the mayor. >> just an observation. to become more efficient you've got to be concerned about being efficient, right, in government. [laughter] >> there's not that many business people in elected office, and business people are not the answer. i'm a businessperson, an entrepreneur. i just happened in mayor right now. most people who hold and it elected office cannot have training inefficiency or high-performance. so they don't understand how to run an organization. so we've got a fundamental disconnect over the people that are overseeing large bureaucracies and billions of dollars, hundreds of billions of dollars in resources without understandi
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